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Exporting to 3ds Max Design 2013

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02-04-2013 04:17 AM

Hello there,

 

even if i might be pushing the issue too hard.

I still can´t import inventor materials to MaxDesign 2013.

 

Using STEP or DWG files accomplishes this but due to the

fact that i use multi body objects the imported geometry is

grouped in an awkward manner (multiple occurences of an

object are grouped and i can´t ungroup them).

 

How to export right?

 

 

The issue is quite pressing and my posts in the AREA have

not been answered yet.

 

Is it an Inventor or a Max issue?

 

 

 

Kind regards

 

 

Daniel

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Logos_Atum
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Registered: ‎07-10-2012
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Betreff: Exporting to 3ds Max Design 2013

02-04-2013 06:44 AM in reply to: Logos_Atum

Ok, i got the grouping is layer dependent.

There surely is a way to do that in Max.

 

Yet the models look far worser than the IAM import...

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